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the scene at sfo in san francisco. and tom, we also learned of another very close call for members of this crew? >> that's right, two flight attendants on board were ejected out of the back of this plane as it crash landed. amazingly, they survived. the training captain, the captain who was training his colleague to fly the 777, he said he though they were coming in at 137 knots, that's the appropriate speed. they realized they were in trouble when they saw the red lights at the end of the runway that were supposed to guide them in, they were not lined up properly, and from there, something went terribly wrong. today new pictures of the crash scene in san francisco, the top priority has been to interview all four pilots who were on board flight 214, including the veteran captain who was new to the 777 and was at the controls saturday. the teaching captain told investigators he realized at 200 feet they were coming in too slow and too long. >> he recognized the auto throttles were not maintaining speed and he established a go around attitude. he went to push the throttles forward, b
, the investigation zeros in on what went right at that moment. our coverage begins tonight with tom costello at sfo tonight. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. good evening to you. behind me, that is asiana flight 213. we now know there were three captains on board this places. one captain at the controls, brand new to the 777. brands new to the 777. 10,000 hours of flying experience and only 43 hours on a 777. first landing attempt at sfo, with a captain checking him out. that's all standard. the question? what went wrong? emergency chutes deploying on this new video taken just after the crash of flight 214. passengers running away from the aircraft as firefighters pour foam on the fire. new video of the crash itself. after ripping off its tail on the seawall, the 777 jumps into the air and flips over before slamming into the ground. >> i thought before i left the plane it might blow up and i might die. >> reporter: we got a photo from the teenagers from china killed in the accident. they are wondering if one of them may have been hit by an arriving fire engine. ntsb have been walking the
at landing a 777 into sfo. at the live desk, i'm jim handly. >>> hundreds of children and parents in northern virginia are remembering a baltimore rachbts cheerleader who was killed -- ravens cheerleader who was killed in a crash. his legacy will be felt far from the football field. >> reporter: mar keepa campbell cheers at infinity all stars practice in fairfax, praying tribute to her coach, 27-year-old dion bagby. he died in a motorcycle crash in frederick, maryland, friday, and recently became a cheerleader with the baltimore ravens. >> it's just really heartbreaking to know that he died. >> reporter: moments later her mother gives her a hug. >> he was like a big brother to her. >> reporter: a big brother and cheerleading coach to 100 kids at infinity over the past three years. he was driving his motorcycle to pennsylvania to work with athletes at a cheerleading camp when he collided with a car. >> dion was an amazing guy. great coach and even better friend. >> reporter: in a statement, the baltimore ravens say, "this is such sad news, and the entire ravens family is in mourning over dion'
morning. the asiana airline says the pilot was trying to land at sfo for the first time. it appears the plane was too slow and too low. first responders said it was a miracle anyone survived. runway 28 left littered with wreckage, mangled debris and stories of survival. >> i felt i was dying. that was the moment. >> reporter: eugene rah says when the plane slammed into the ground, fear was in the air and silence filled the cabin. >> nobody was moving. there's no sound, nothing. >> reporter: but soon came the cries. flight 214 was packed with children. 13-year-old angelina andrigetto knows she narrowly escaped with her life. >> bad luck i was on that plane that crashed, good lucky survived. >> reporter: two fatalities of girls who were just 16. the victims, part of a group of children headed to a summer retreat in los angeles. >> our first response was there's no way there are any survivors on that airplane. >> reporter: but many of the passengers, not only escaped with their lives, but walked away. 53 injured, some critical, were treated at san francisco general. >> in your head, ev
the pilots face as they try to land at sfo. >>> another big story, grammy winning star randy travis fighting for his life this morning in critical condition at a texas hospital. natalie has more than that. >> good morning. the 54-year-old was rushed to the emergency room on sunday. he is suffering from a recently acquired viral infection affecting his heart. new concerns for randy travis, one of country music's most beloved voices in critical condition this morning recooperating from serious heart trouble. it's the latest in a string of disturbing episodes for the one time super star. >> have you had anything to drink today, sir. >> yes, sir i have. >> travis was arrested for public intoxication in february 2012 after being found in a parked car in possession of a wine bottle and no identification. >> you're going to go to jail for public intoxication. >> six months later he was found lying in the road naked and legally intoxicated after a one car accident. he pleaded guilty to assaulting his arresting officer and was given a suspended jail sentence. >> i'm glad it's behind me. i'm looking f
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